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2017 Marks Our 25th Anniversary

"In 1991, we started our journey as editors of NeuroRehabilitation. We are very proud of the journal as we have entered our 25th year of publication. NeuroRehabilitation continues to serve as a state-of-the-art resource for practicing clinicians and clinical researchers. As Co-Editors-in-Chief, we remain committed to providing relevant, empirically based information to an international, interdisciplinary audience."

Nathan D. Zasler, MD, Concussion Care Centre of Virginia Ltd
Jeffrey S. Kreutzer, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University


Read our editorial here marking the 25th anniversary.

NeuroRehabilitation Special Issues
Take a look at the long list of thematic special issues that have contributed to the success of the journal.

25 Top Cited Articles Published in NeuroRehabilitation
We have identified the 25 most cited articles published in our journal’s history and have made them openly available to you in a special online supplement for your reading pleasure. Please enjoy and continue to rely on NeuroRehabilitation as your number one reference source for timely, relevant, thematic and empirical information on neurorehabililtation advances and practice.

Top 100 Cited Neurorehabilitation Papers
Openly Available
This comprehensive citation analysis has identified the top 100 most cited neurorehabilitation papers, identifying research trends in the field. Treatment studies, often focused on stroke, appear to have the highest impact in the field of neurorehabilitation. See whose publications made the Top 100!


Award-Winning Editors-in-Chief

Recent Awards


Jeffrey Kreutzer, PhD, principal investigator of the NIDILRR-funded Virginia Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model System Center, received the 2017 Jennett Plum Award for Clinical Achievement in the Field of Brain Injury Medicine from the International Brain Injury Association.


Nathan Zasler, MD, FAAPM&R, FAADEP, DAAPM, CBIST, FACRM, is CEO & medical director for Concussion Care Centre of Virginia, Ltd., as well as CEO & medical director for Tree of Life Services, Inc. He became a 2016 Fellow of the ACRM in recognition of his outstanding record of professional service to ACRM and his contributions of national significance to the field of medical rehabilitation.

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